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characters The Song of the Jubilee (The Phantom of the Earth, #1) 100 ´ A CLINICAL TRIAL UPON THE EARTH'S SURFACE TO TEST A TREATMENT AGAINST REASSORTMENT WILL ALTER THE COURSE OF TRANSHUMAN HISTORYIn the Great Commonwealth of Beimeni a subterranean civilization in North America expansion long ago gave way to peace and prHe Great Commonwealth two thousand five hundred meters deep the resistance movement known as the Liberation Front suffers a disastrous defeat when its leader Jeremiah Selendia is captured by Lady Isabelle Lutetia Supreme Director of the Department of Communications and Commonwealth Relations With Jeremiah held by the government his middle son unexpectedly finds the weight of the war on his shoulders It falls to Johann to lead the Front to rescue his father from one of the commonwealth's most impregnable fortresses and to keep his younger underdeveloped brother hidden from the chancellor who forces foes to undergo clinical trials against the plague upon the surface Johann's efforts draw the attention of powerful enemies and start a chain of events that will forever change his family the Barão Strike Team and the Great Commonwealth of Beimeni. The Song of the Jubilee is the first book in a five part series and is unlike anything I have read before The story is set far in the future we are talking thousands of years and the earth by that point has become completely uninhabitable as a result of biological warfare contamination and other disasters Human race itself no longer exists in the way we know it The earth is inhabited by transhumans or the way I picture it they are technologicallyartificially enhanced humans They physically look like people but have chips in their brains and have many abilities normal humans do not For example they are able to monitor each other's thoughts or even influence what the other person seesperceives as reality These transhumans have to live deep inside the earth because the surface is infected by a deadly virus they refer to as reassortmentThe world in this book is extremely well developed and complicated It took intense concentration on my part while reading to make sense of all the various biotechnological advancements described in the book I would therefore only recommend this novel to those who like sci fi We follow several different characters One is the lead scientist of the Great Commonwealth searching for a cure that will allow transhumans to come out and live on the surface of the earth The other main character is the head of a rebel group whose members live in hiding and plot to overthrow the existing regimeI had my doubts going into this book I got the bind up of all five novels from Netgalley for review and then discovered that the e book is also available on for free I had also never heard of the author and none of my friends read the book However I found myself uickly drawn into the story and this turned out to be an enjoyable read Despite the complex world I thought the author did a good job introducing it to the reader The world building is subtle without information dumping sessions and the story moves along at a very nice pace I am looking forward to reading the rest of the books and see where the plot goes

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Team three researchers tasked with finding a cure to the Reassortment Strain the plague that nearly wiped transhumankind from the Earth Traveling from the uninhabitable but pristine surface to the habitable but inhospitable underground this is a story about dedication to dreams battle for survival discovery and connection song and celebration undoing past misdeeds and sacrifice for the greater goodIn THE SONG OF THE JUBILEE Captain Broden Barão Striker Nero Silvana and Strategist Verena Iglehart together with the elite Reassortment research team release a protohuman on the Island of Reverie testing a serum designed to thwart the Reassortment Strain They must find a cure to the plague or suffer the inevitable conseuence for failure demotion or worse exile to the Lower Level some four thousand meters beneath the Earth's surface Meanwhile in t. I picked up The Song of the Jubilee on NetGalley as part of an omnibus edition and really didn’t know what to expect After it sat on my TBR pile for a little while I saw that all five stories were for free on so I picked them up again intent on reading at least one of themTSOTJ is a dystopian political thriller that has fantasy elements including made up words places and concepts The totalitarian themes like with many dystopian stories permeates and soaks into the story The over reaching arm of the government may have been a little too much I felt as if I was being preached atNothing in the story jumped out at me and I didn’t notice any glaring editorial errors The ending kind of snuck up on me This was partially because the ending leaves too many loose ends and partially because about 40% of the book is appendices charts histories and further world buildingI’ve hemmed and hawed at what to rate this story There were definitely elements that I didn’t like but the writing was excellent and I’m also not opposed to reading the next book in the series I’m going to award three stars with the idea that I may upgrade it retrospectively after reading the second story

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The Song of the Jubilee The Phantom of the Earth #1A CLINICAL TRIAL UPON THE EARTH'S SURFACE TO TEST A TREATMENT AGAINST REASSORTMENT WILL ALTER THE COURSE OF TRANSHUMAN HISTORYIn the Great Commonwealth of Beimeni a subterranean civilization in North America expansion long ago gave way to peace and prosperity in the face of the history's most devastating plague Immortality is the reward for service and loyalty in Beimeni a place where the physical blends with the metaphysical and power consolidates in the hands of those with a genetic edge The fissures first spread slowly then swiftly until now the Great Commonwealth finds itself on the brink of economic devastation challenged by forces from within that know its secrets and its crimes At the center of the conflict lie the Selendias of Piscator founders of the resistance with an uncanny connection to the zeropoint field and the Barão Strike. I received a copy of this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review This in no way influenced my review of this bookI was really surprised by this book in a good way First off the cover and title are in no way representative of the book itself From the cover it almost looks like it might be an epic fantasy novel but instead it's a major SciFi book It is extremely well written and has a compelling post apocalyptic hook The characters and their situations are interesting scientist rebel leader etc The underground but highly technologically based setting is vividly described My only complaint is that this book struggled with readability at times due to extensive explanations of people and places the reader doesn't really know much about and has little to do with the main plotlinehook At other times the reader is assumed to know about people and places with very little explanation A little balance would've helped That being said the plot is compelling enough to make me want to read the next book